Graduate students and their faculty mentors take note:
The American Society for Legal History (ASLH) will host a Student Research Colloquium (SRC) on Wednesday, October 28, and Thursday, October 29, 2015, immediately preceding the ASLH's annual meeting in Washington, DC. The SRC will offer a small group of graduate and law students an opportunity to work intensively on in-progress dissertations and law review articles with distinguished ASLH-affiliated scholars.
The target audience for the SRC includes early post-coursework graduate students and law students interested in legal history. Each participating student will pre-circulate a twenty-page, double-spaced paper to the entire group. These papers will provide the foundation for discussion at the colloquium. Stipends will either partially or completely cover the travel, hotel, and registration costs of attending the annual meeting. Students working in all chronological and geographical fields, including non-U.S. history, are encouraged to apply. Students who have not received any formal training in legal history, but whose projects engage legal-historical themes, also are encouraged to apply, as are students who have not previously participated in the Society's activities. A student may be on the annual program and participate in the SRC in the same year.
To apply to the ASLH's Student Research Colloquium, please submit:
- a cover letter;
- a CV;
- a letter of recommendation from a faculty mentor/advisor;
- a two-page, single-spaced "research statement," describing an in-progress dissertation or law review article.